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using multiple sound devices

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by vivekair, Apr 4, 2010.

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  1. vivekair

    vivekair Thread Starter

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    I use laptop, with system speaker volume too low, almost inaudible.
    It has inbuilt sigmatel HD audio, with 3.5 mm jack ( I do connect my headphone with it).
    I also posses a bluetooth headset (DELL).

    Is there any way I can get output to both the headsets?

    I need this to watch movie, so that me and my room partner can easily listen via saperate sets fo headphone without difficulty.
     
  2. cybersloth

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    as far as i know you cannot output to two audio devices at the same time from one program unless the program alows this (eg. PCDJ)

    To solve the problem you could get a 3.5mm spliter and another set of 3.5mm headphones but this would probably require a trip to an electronics shop unless you have one already.

    also post what OS you are running in case someone else knows of another way.
     
  3. vivekair

    vivekair Thread Starter

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    I am using Windows 7
     
  4. vivekair

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    I will try using a splitter.
    Thanks
     
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